Groin Pulls: An introduction
What is it? What do I do? How will this help me?
The adductor group, typically referred to as the groin, is a group of muscles found on the inner thigh. A strain, often referred to as a pulled muscle, is a muscle tear. Therefor an adductor strain, commonly spoken as a pulled groin, is a tear to the inner thigh muscles. This muscle group plays a dominant role in both hip stabilization as well as lateral motions. Sports that engage in high levels of dynamic stability (stability through motion) as well as pivoting and lateral motion are susceptible to adductor strains. [Read more…] about Groin Pulls: An Introduction